2019 GARDEN RESOURCE PROGRAM APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! If you’re planning to tend a garden or farm in Detroit, Hamtramck, or Highland Park this year consider joining Keep Growing Detroit’s Garden Resource Program. Members not only get technical support from our talented garden development staff, they receive seeds, Detroit grown transplants, and other essential gardening resources. To enroll on-line or download an application click here.

IT’S TIME TO ORDER YOUR FRUIT, NUTS, AND MUSHROOMS! Perennial fruit, nuts, and mushrooms are a great way to add interest and flavor to your garden or farm. This year we are offering apple, peach, pear, plum and cherry trees as well as small perennial fruit, veggies, and mushrooms including asparagus, elderberries, hazelnuts, and wine cap mushrooms. Orders are due by March 11th! Click here to download an order form today.

VOLUNTEER! We need your help filling the more than 40,000 seed packs that will be distributed the Garden Resource Program members during the 2019 growing season.*These events are family friendly*

  • Saturday, February 2nd from 10am-12pm hosted by Clark Park Recreation Center, 1181 Scotten Street ¡Únete a nosotros!
  • Monday, February 4thfrom 6-8pm hosted by Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, 11000 W. McNichols
  • Tuesday, February 12thfrom 6-8p hosted by Georgia Street Community Collective, 8902 Vinton Street
  • Thursday, February 14thfrom 1-3pm hosted by St. Mathew & St Joseph Church, 8850 Woodward Avenue
  • Thursday, February 21st from 6-8pm hosted by Brightmoor Artisans Collective, 22735 Fenkell Street
  • Saturday, February 23rdfrom 10am-12pm hosted by Hope Community Church, 14456 E. Jefferson Avenue
  • Tuesday, February 26th from 6-8pm hosted by KAN Bookstore, 9405 John R. Street
  • Saturday, March 2nd from 10am-12pm hosted by Urban Neighborhood Initiative, 300 Longworth Street ¡Únete a nosotros!

2018 WAS AN EVENTFUL YEAR FOR KEEP GROWING DETROIT. Last year Keep Growing Detroit supported a record breaking 1,603 Detroit urban gardens and farms. These gardens and farms helped 24,362 residents grow and connect to an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Read all about all of our accomplishments in our 2018 Annual Report here.

HAVE A QUESTION? Do you need support with your garden project? Contact us anytime with questions.